High-Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC) tooling, such as the MIP, LLMIP and Laser-Induced fluorescence (LIF) have been used countless times across Canada over the past ten years to delineate plumes of petroleum hydrocarbons (e.g. BTEX compounds, gasoline, diesel fuel, etc.) and
Using High Resolution Characterization (HRSC) at Remote Access Sites with Vertex’s new High Res UTV When people hear “off-road,” “remote access,” or “all-terrain vehicle” typically they imagine something with caterpillar tracks, rugged, or large 4×4 capabilities. Basically, something extreme capable
Groundwater recirculation can increase the effectiveness and speed of in-situ remediation activities at contaminated sites! Many sites with groundwater contamination require an in-situ remedial approach that can treat difficult or hard to reach contaminants in the subsurface. Excavating these impacts
Change is coming to the way we deal with soils! This statement applies to Ontario, Canada, where the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) recently announced regulatory changes relating to the new On-Site and Excess Soil Management Regulation.
Case Study: Rapid and Detailed Contaminant Delineation Program Achieved Using High Resolution Characterization (HRSC) Since 2011, when Vertex was the first to bring a suite of High Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC) technologies into Canada, the “High Res” tools have turned
Earlier this year, our newsletter focused on What’s New in Our Environmental Industry by presenting insights from the 2018 Battelle Conference on the Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds. We remarked that one of the best ways to determine current
by Bruce Tunnicliffe Do you wonder what’s new in our environmental industry? What are relevant trends? What are people talking about? Would you like to find out? Perhaps the best way to determine current and new trends is to attend